5 ways to make extra cash; Drive your car maybe?

We've all been there, it's the end of the month and the mailman has come to deliver the bills. Sometimes we barely have enough to  make both ends meet, however, the great news is, this doesn't have to be your reality. You can make extra money online or by driving for someone, all it takes is some effort to make a little extra

Teach English online
It's sad, that most people overlook the power of their own language. English is the lingua franca of the business world, for many people in Asia like China and Korea, it's a make or break deal if they can speak English or not.  They need English speakers like  you to teach them how. Here are some English teaching companies that are dying for you to apply:

Ginseng English
Global Mate New York

Resell items from thrift stores You can find some pretty good items in garage sales and other bargain stores and then resell them on eBay and Craiglist. One person paid their $ 50,000 debt by reselling things they bought at local discount stores and thrift stores.

Become a driver
An Uber driver can earn $ 50,000 a year if they collect an average of about 60 tickets a week, not bad right? A full-time driver can earn $ 100,000 a year, according to Nerd Wallet research. It's also a good way to promote yourself with all the new contacts you make with your trips. Some services you can join similar to Uber: Gett Lyft Sidecar

Sell ​​your old electronics
They may be old but a lot of people will stay hard cash for them. Here are some websites where you can sell the online
Swappa.com for Apple and Android devices Glyde.com for Apple and Android devices in addition to video games Gazelle.com for Apple products, plus Android, BlackBerry and other phones Gizmogul.com allows you to sell old phones for cash and donate to charity at the same time BuyBackWorld.com or BuyMyTronics.com for all electronic products NextWorth.com for phones, cameras, tablets and games

Sell ​​the old clothes
What? Yes, you probably have a ton of them that you don't use. So sell, sell, shell take them out for some cash. Here are some places where you can sell your clothes
Poshmark ThredUp EBay Tradesy

Look around, see if there are things of value in your that you don't use. An old TV,  a bike you don't use maybe. It's time to part with them, actually not selling them is a disservice to the people needing your stuff that collect dust. 

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